Living with Intensity Series – Part 1

Kazimierz Dabrowski, Overexcitability, Giftedness, and Developmental Potential

Presented by Susan Daniels, PhD

This SENGinar provides an overview of the five forms of overexcitabilites and their relationship to the concept of developmental potential that serve as the cornerstones of Dabrowski’s work. It is the first in the 3-part Living with Intensity SENGinar series, based on the book Living with Intensity.

This webinar will help you to:

  • Understand and explain the core concepts of Dabrowski’s theory.
  • Employ your skills and background to assess overexcitabilities in gifted youth.
  • Apply these concepts to your work with gifted youth, emphasizing the strengths associated with overexcitabilities and their relationship to developmental potential in these clients.

(NOTE: We recommend reading the book prior to watching the webinars. The book is available through Great Potential Press, Amazon or other book retailers.)

 ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Susan Daniels, PhD, is a professor of educational psychology and counseling at California State University, San Bernardino, where she also serves as coordinator for the Gifted and Talented Education Certificate Program for K-12 teachers. Additionally, Dr. Daniels is co-founder and co-director of Summit Center for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative in West Los Angeles. She is author and editor of Living with Intensity and is co-author with Dr. Dan Peters of Raising Creative Kids.

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